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InvestRight videos and podcasts offer a unique way of looking at the world of investing. Our YouTube page invites you to consider the risks associated with certain investment products, and offers solid information on how to protect yourself from investment fraud and unsuitable investments. 

Each link below will take you to a set of videos that relates to the subject matter described 

Fraudster Comes Alive playlist

Watch as unsuspecting people react to a talking billboard that offers unrealistic investment returns.

Fraudster Exposed playlist 

Watch as we expose a fraudster for who he really is.

Fraud warning signs

Victims and experts talk about the techniques fraud artists use to take people's money.

Be Fraud Aware campaign [Cantonese/Mandarin]

Public service announcements, victims videos, and interviews with community leaders that teach people how to recognize and avoid investment fraud.

Be Fraud Aware campaign [Punjabi]

Public service announcements, victims videos, and interviews with community leaders teach people how to recognize and avoid investment fraud.

Guide to Investing: Informed Investing Video Series

This video series encourages people to ask questions and to do their research when they are working with a financial advisor or making investment decisions.

Protect Your Money

Developed jointly by the BC Securities Commission and Alberta Securities Commission, this resource raises awareness of the ways fraudsters attract their victims, each one based on real cases depicting how people are drawn into scams.

Affinity fraud: Preying on those who pray

A documentary (in three parts) on affinity fraud in faith-based groups. It features interviews with victims, experts, and media.

Investor Watch podcasts

Fun to watch series on topics about investing and avoiding online scams.

Shorty & Evans talk about investing podcasts

John Shorthouse, Vancouver Canucks play-by-play broadcaster interviews Lang Evans from the BC Securities Commission about how to invest wisely and avoid investment scams.

Youth education/financial literacy

The City is a learning program developed by the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada and the British Columbia Securities Commission. This fun online resource is available to all young Canadians and their teachers in both official languages. It uses interactive activities and worksheets that let young people practice real-life skills.